@impartial7 I expected this comment to come from someone in Draper. You guys
want everyone else to deal with the homeless situation. If there's even a
whisper of Draper having to do something to help the homeless you round up all
the pitch forks and torches and go after whoever would suggest such a thing. Your plan is that you're fine if Salt Lake City continues to be the
only one to deal with the problem. The plan that makes sense is that everyone
pitches in to help the homeless.
I expected this to be written by a developer. Operation Rio Grande costs Utah
taxpayers 67 million dollars to remove the homeless to increase property values
for realtors and developers there. With no contingency plans for the aftermath
of surrounding neighborhoods where the homeless relocated.